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My Place Hotels teams up with Rick Ware Racing and Josh Bilicki

Aberdeen, SD (February 26th, 2020) My Place Hotels is proud to announce its newest endeavor into major motorsports with the sponsorship of NASCAR Cup Series Driver Josh Bilicki and Rick Ware Racing.

As the Official Hotel Sponsor of Josh and Rick Ware Racing, My Place Hotels will be featured on the No. 52 car for eight of NASCAR’s most important events in 2021. NASCAR fans are some of the most loyal and passionate supporters in American sports, so partnering with Josh and RWR is the first turn in a race to “Staying Where the Team Stays.”

Starting its engines with a franchise system in 2014, My Place Hotels came out of the gates and quickly expanded throughout the United States and NASCAR country. The brand currently has 61 hotels open across 29 states, including locations within minutes of several famous raceways such as Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Phoenix Raceway, and Indianapolis Motor Speedway, just to name a few. Josh Bilicki, Rick Ware Racing and NASCAR fans alike can always find comfortable accommodations at a My Place Hotel after a long day at the track.

Graphic promoting Rick Ware Racing partnership featuring image of Josh Bilicki.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Josh Bilicki and the Rick Ware Racing team during this 2021 NASCAR season,” said My Place Hotels President and CEO Ryan Rivett. “Josh and the Rick Ware Racing team embody a winning spirit and strive to compete, so being able to connect their fanbase and NASCAR fans around the country with My Place Hotels is a pairing that could not be passed up.”

About My Place Hotels

All My Place Hotels locations offer modern amenities at an affordable price including nightly and extended stay rate options. Each guest room features a My Kitchen, complete with a 2-burner cooktop, microwave, and full-size refrigerator. My Place Hotels offer pet friendly accommodations, including on-site laundry facilities, complimentary high-speed internet service and a 24-hour My Store located in the hotel lobby and stocked with an array of supplies for the guests’ convenience. Additionally, guests are invited to enjoy Breakfast in Bed for a minimal cost.

My Place Hotels of America is a franchise company that focuses on providing a clean and comfortable facility, along with superior customer service, all at an affordable price. The company is based out of Aberdeen, SD, and offers franchisees a new construction brand, designed to ensure quality, consistency and the highest of standards for delivering marketplace value. Rapidly becoming a fixture in the hotel industry, the brand currently has 61 hotels open across 29 states with over 120 hotels in the pipeline. To book your stay at My Place, please call the toll-free reservation line at: (855) 200-5685 or visit myplacehotels.com. All guests are invited to Stay Rewarded ®, by enrolling at myplacestayrewarded.com.

About Rick Ware Racing and Josh Bilicki

Former driver Rick Ware is the owner of Rick Ware Racing. He made his NASCAR Cup Series debut in 1990 and spent the next decade racing in series such as ARCA and the Busch Series (now known as Xfinity Series) before turning to full time team owner duties.

Rick Ware Racing (RWR) currently fields four charters in the NASCAR Cup Series; No. 15, 51, 52 and 53. Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, RWR has competed within NASCAR’s top touring series since 2000. In 2021, RWR will also field a full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series entry (No. 17), as well as two full-time entries in the NTT INDYCAR Series (No. 51 & No. 52).

Over the past 20 years, RWR has competed in the Super Trofeo Series, IMSA, Asian Le Mans Series, ARCA, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, and several other smaller series.

Josh Bilicki, age 25, is a professional race car driver from Wisconsin. Josh began racing go-karts at age four and after nearly ten years of success in many different karting series, Josh made the transition to sportscar racing at age fifteen. He made his professional racing debut in IMSA in 2015 and one year later, Josh transitioned to stockcar racing.

Josh is currently set to compete full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021, which includes his debut in the historic Daytona 500. Bilicki, will drive the number 52 entry for Rick Ware Racing, in what will be his first full season in the Cup Series. Since his NASCAR debut in 2016, Bilicki has a combined 112 starts across NASCAR’s top three series.

Nikolas Howell / My Place Hotels of America